Texas Campaign Welcomes New Board Members

Texas Campaign Welcomes New Board Members

The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, an education and advocacy organization committed to reducing the rate of teen pregnancy throughout Texas, has named Dr. D’Andre Carpenter and Dr. Moss Hampton to their Executive Board of Directors.

D’Andre Carpenter, DNP, RN currently serves as Corporate Director of Clinical Informatics at Baylor Scott and White Health in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.  Dr. Carpenter joined the Baylor Scott & White family after serving in the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System for more than six years, serving in roles aligned within Nursing, Information Systems, and Leadership before taking the leap to Texas and his current position.  Dr. Carpenter holds a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, as well as an Executive Master of Science in Information Systems and a Master of Science in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.

Dr. Moss Hampton currently serves as Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center of the Permian Basin. Moss has practiced Obstetrics and Gynecology for over 30 years in the state of Texas, partnering with several organizations and gathering a wealth of information as it relates to teen pregnancies and the specific issues young mothers face. Moss holds a Doctor of Medicine from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

About The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Established in 2009, the Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is a non-partisan, non-profit education and advocacy organization dedicated to reducing the rate of teen pregnancy in Texas. We believe that teen pregnancy is an adult issue and work to create constructive dialogue around teen pregnancy, adolescent sexual health and effective prevention strategies. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for children, families, and communities across Texas by preventing unintended teen pregnancies. For more information, please visit www.txcampaign.org.